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Secret Service

Understanding secret service and security policies expert

Secret service agents play a crucial role in preventing fraud and counterfeit in law enforcement. They do this by investigating financial crimes and protecting high profile government officials. Secret service agents are members of the secret service federal law enforcement agency. Their primary duties include the following:

  • Investigate and prevent crimes that are related to identity theft, financial fraud, and counterfeit.

  • Investigate crimes that have to do with cybersecurity, such as hacking of telecommunication systems and banking systems.

  • Provide security for government top officials like the presidents and their families.

  • Perform undercover security tasks

  • Protect buildings that require a national level of safeguarding from security attacks.

  • Compose and deliver reports related to private investigations and protection services.


Secret service comprises of investigative and uniformed units. The investigative unit takes care of all types of fraud, computer hacking, counterfeit, and identity theft, while the uniformed division is responsible for providing protective services.

Success in secret service is backed up by several skills: detailed observation, decision-making ability, investigative skills, proficiency in communication, excellent research, and physical endurance skills.

Security policy expert is responsible for safeguarding an organization's policies by keeping sensitive and confidential information from unauthorized access. A security policy expert identifies bugs in security systems and provides solutions to such problems and measures to boost an organization's security. They make reports for the managers and the information technology team that evaluate the efficiency of security policies and mitigations to avoid a breach of the systems in place.

Roles of security policies experts;

  • Security policy experts create training programs that help to educate other employees and stakeholders on proper security protocols.

  • Creating documentation for security-related information like incident response, updating the company security systems, and data recovery plans.

  • Carrying out internal and external security audits.

  • Monitoring security access and conducting security surveillance through risk analysis

  • Security policy experts verify third party security issues by collaborating with them to identify and meet their needs.

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